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  • Telluride Film Festival lineup: 'Hyde Park,' 'Iceman,' 'Argo'

    Telluride Film Festival lineup: 'Hyde Park,' 'Iceman,' 'Argo'
    Movie fans trekking to Telluride, Colo., for the resort town’s annual film festival this weekend are set to see some of the fall’s most anticipated performances, including Bill Murray as FDR in “Hyde Park on Hudson,” Michael Shannon as family man and freelance assassin in “The Iceman,” and Ben Affleck as a CIA agent in “Argo.”
  • 'At Any Price' review: Moving family truths, planted and grown

    'At Any Price' review: Moving family truths, planted and grown
    *** (out of four) You could see Henry’s (Dennis Quaid) lament of, “Why are my children sabotaging me?” as another way of saying, “What’s the matter with kids today?” Director/co-writer Ramin Bahrani’s (“...

    'At Any Price': Seeds of woe down on the farm ★★ 1/2

    'At Any Price': Seeds of woe down on the farm ★★ 1/2
    "At Any Price," a roughly mixed but interestingly plotted offshoot of "Death of a Salesman" and other hardy father/son perennials, is the fourth feature from writer-director Ramin Bahrani, whose career has been remarkable for his consistency of theme as...

    Dennis Quaid: 'At Any Price' star puts experiences to use

    Dennis Quaid: 'At Any Price' star puts experiences to use
    There was a time, in the late 1980s, when each new film starring Dennis Quaid was The One. The one destined to make him not just an actor, not just an actor with guts and a wily, toothy joker's grin, but a huge box-office-reliable star. In the summer of...

    United States Artists announces $2.5 million in awards to 50 winners

     
    “Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo” playwright Rajiv Joseph has won a $50,000 prize from L.A.-based United States Artists –- five times the cash value of a Pulitzer Prize that he and two other nominated playwrights famously did not win...